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Exchange 2010 extract a .pst file

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I have to get extract a .pst file from our exchange server to give to attorneys. I read this link, and was going to start here but I can't find the location of the .pst files.

http://exchangeserverpro.com/export-mailboxes-exchange-server-2010-sp1/

Is there an easier way. We don't have the machine with the file on it, or I would just grab it.
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Patrick Bogers earned 200 total points
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Hi,

Give yourself full permissions on the mailbox, add it to your outlook and export it from there?
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You need full permission, add to your outlook and export the whole mailbox to wherever you want.
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Else you refer to the step by step which shows \\esp-ho-ex2010a\pst\alan.reid.pst

So open a My computer, browse to \\esp-ho-ex2010a\pst
and you should see the file.
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Thank you! Worked like a charm.
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